Do you dread having to show up at your local yarn store again for a dropped stitch, pesky hole or just general knitting mayhem? Is the thought of having to rip out a project and start over enough to send you screaming and running for the hills?
Do you have a YO or YRN in your pattern and you need to know how to knit a yarn over stitch? These are increase knitting techniques used commonly to make eyelets in lace patterns, and multiple yarn overs create drop stitch patterns. Let's take a look at exactly how to yarn over, as well as yarn round needle, to power up your knitting skills.
Learn how to knit a farmhouse kitchen dishcloth with this simple, beginner pattern commonly known as Grandmother’s Favorite Dishcloth. All right friends, it’s time again for another instalment of our cozy living series, hosted by my friend Jennifer at Town & Country Living. I always look forward to seeing the cozy inspiration that everyone has to ... Read More about How to Knit a Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloth
The other day I was scrolling through Pinterest, as you do, and came across this photo . Of course the link was broken, causing me to become obsessive. I scoured the website trying to find the tutorial on how to make the delightfully rustic looking DIY sponge thing of my dreams but alas, no luck. I
How to Knit two together (K2tog) and Purl two together (P2tog) | Jo-Creates
In this post I’m going to show you how to Knit two together (K2tog) and Purl two together (P2tog) These are both “decrease” knitting stitches. These techniques will help you reduce the number of stitches that you have. Your pattern will usually tell you which to use. How to Knit two together (K2tog) This is …